2.77 CT. Aquamarine and Diamond-Accent Halo Swirl Ring in 14K Yellow Gold
About this item
- Halo swirl design
- Crafted in lustrous 14K yellow gold
- 2.77 CT. T.W. Aquamarine center gemstone
- 0.48 CT. T.W. diamonds
- Gemstone cut: Oval
- Gemstone setting: 4 Prong-set
- Gemstone size: 11x9 mm
- Diamonds cut: Round
- Diamonds setting: Shared prong-set
- Diamonds color: G-H
- Diamonds clarity: I1
- Diamonds Quantity: 60
Splendid to the core, this gorgeous cocktail ring makes for a sparkling piece of jewelry. Crafted in 14 karat lustrous yellow gold, it features an oval-cut, glittering aquamarine center stone embellished with round-cut, twinkling diamonds in a swirl design on the shank. A remarkable gift for your loved one who will look splendid and remember you each time she wears it. A special addition to any jewelry collection.
What is the history of aquamarine?
Although there are document mentions of aquamarine gemstone by Greeks 380 B.C Aquamarine gained popularity in 1723. The first documented discovery of aquamarine took place in 1723 in the Adun-Chalon mountains in Siberia. Aquamarine amulets were worn by sailors for protection and for a good sea yield. Today, this stone enjoys immense popularity and is used by jewelry designers worldwide.
What is the meaning of the word, aquamarine?
The name aquamarine comes from the Latin aqua marinus, meaning "water of the sea," and refers to its sparkling ocean-like color. The pale blue, transparent crystal is a member of the Beryl family. Its color, sometimes bluish green, is caused by iron oxides within the chemical makeup of the stone.
What is the history of diamonds?
Diamonds have always been a sign of wealth, worn by elite classes and wealthy rulers—but in addition to being displayed as adornment and good luck charms, diamonds were also used as carving tools and even digested as medicine. The first diamonds were found in India and traded along the Silk Road, but as the supply dwindled in South Asia, other countries, including Brazil and South America, became the new suppliers. Today, production has increased to about 100 million carats per year across the globe.
What inspired this design?
This design is inspired by the glowing blue, green colors of the ocean. With the aquamarine center stone embodying the beauty of the ocean and the lustrous white diamonds accentuating its sparkle, this cocktail ring is a truly special piece and a must have in anyone’s jewelry collection.